Are you on the latest list of tax defaulters? 

Donegal hauliers, farmers, publicans and hoteliers have been named in the latest list of tax defaulters from the Revenue Commission.

The long list for the three months from October to December of last year names 227 people who have been hit with fines and penalties totalling €1.8m.

In Donegal, seven charges were made against six men and women in areas like Bundoran, Ballyshannon, Letterkenny, and Inishowen.

They were hit with fines and penalties totalling a combined €7,800.

These fines were for charges such as misuse of marked mineral oil (illegal fuel), possession of counterfeit alcohol for sale, and failure to hold a current liquor licence.

Four publicans were fined for operating without a licence.

All the Donegal defaulters were listed as persons in whose case a “court has determined a penalty relating to a settlement, or has imposed a fine, imprisonment or other penalty in respect of a tax or duty offence”.

A Revenue spokesman said: “The list was compiled pursuant to Section 1086, Taxes Consolidation Act, 1997, in respect of the period beginning on October 1, 2017, and ending December 31, 2017, of every person upon whom a fine or other penalty was imposed by a court.”

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